ARKANSAS, USA — Week 4 of Football Friday Night in Arkansas and Oklahoma wrapped up Friday, Sept. 16. Here's a look at the final scores for the high school football games for Week 4. Friday, Sept. 23. Dardanelle-0 Shiloh Christian-55 Click here for game highlights from Dardanelle vs. Shiloh...
ARKANSAS, USA — Alma 41, Clarksville 14. North Sunflower Aca., Miss. 58, Marvell Academy 14.
LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — Among the natural attractions Arkansas is most commonly known for, a new study recently released said "the natural state" ranks number two for states where athletes are most common. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a study conducted by experts at Sidelines.io analyzed the...
VILONIA, Ark. — When you think of rodeos, Arkansas may not be the first state that comes to mind. You probably think of Texas, or even Montana if you’re binge-watching Yellowstone. But, tucked away in Faulkner County is Lily Wofford, the owner of Wofford Ranch who is hard...
Sam Pittman, Eric Musselman and Courtney Deifel, among other Arkansas coaches, have a unique bond not found at all schools. The camaraderie has helped lead to cross-sport success over the past two years. Date: 3h ago. Source: www.espn.com - TOP. Category: Sports. Topics. 200 items. * Apple Made the Right...
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The postseason continues Tuesday for high school golf in Arkansas. Flippin, Bergman and Valley Springs will take part in the 3A-1 Conference Tournament hosted by Lincoln. The Tournament will be at the Creeks Golf and RV Resort in Cave Springs. Salem is the host school for the 3A-2 Conference Tournament....
The postseason begins Monday for high school golf in Arkansas. Cotter and Yellville-Summit will compete in the 2A-1 Conference Tournament hosted by Eureka Springs. The tournament will be at the Holiday Island Country Club. Viola will be the host school for the 1A-2 Conference Tournament. Mammoth Spring will also compete...
LITTLE ROCK – Every year, near the end of Summer, the smell of popcorn, face paint, and freshly mowed grass fills the air in cities and towns around the state. Friday night lights and the chill of the early fall air is a familiar feeling to Arkansans of all ages.
In a news conference on Thursday afternoon, Governor Asa Hutchinson announced his opposition to proposed amendments to the regulations on implementing Title IX. "The proposed rules would make it clear that sexual orientation and gender identity are both covered under the non-discrimination laws for our schools," Governor Hutchinson said. "This would interfere with Arkansas law, it would interfere with common sense, and it would interfere with local control."